Fashion Week 2015 Highlights

With Fashion Week well and truly over, and with the fash-pack back to their daily grind, here are our picks for the best fashion moments:


Arnealge’s Fall 2015 collection in Paris emphasized on circular shape and the contrast between light and dark, playing with chiaroscuro technique from the Baroque period. Stunning. Read our story on that here.

Anrealage Fall 2015
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Gareth Pugh Returns to London after 7 years

After presenting in Paris for seven years, Gareth Pugh made a patriotic return to London Fashion Week, and showcased his Autumn Winter 2015 collection. The return also coincided with his label’s 10th anniversary.

Gareth Pugh Autumn-Winter 2015 London Fashion Week. Image courtesy of

Jelle Haen becomes first male model to walk for Proenza Schouler

Male model Jelle Haen made history as the first man to walk the catwalk for Proenza Schouler’s womenswear show, a good sign of the widening diversity of models appearing at fashion week.

Proenza Schouler FW 2015
Proenza Schouler FW 2015. Image courtesy of

Zoolander Returns!

The internet virtually exploded when male actors Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson reprised their roles as Derek Zoolander and Hansel from the 2001 hit “Zoolander,” by closing the Valentino show, wearing custom pieces by the Italian house. Does anyone even remember what the rest of the runway models wore?

Ben Stiller Owen Wilson Valentino
Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson close Valentino in epic fashion. Image courtesy of Valentino

Givenchy makes facial piercings cool

Riccardo Tisci didn’t want to pass under the radar so he flew high enchanting us covering the models with extravagant facial piercings, heating up social media. Tisci is not new to this style and opted for it several times – but now it embodies an all new message, once rebellious and punk, now they are an irresistible pop and a fashion accessory that shines a cool touch. The Blonde Salad

Givenchy-Facial Jewelry
Faces encrusted with Victorian jewelry at Givenchy. Image courtesy of New York Times

Chanel’s chic brasserie

Karl Lagerfeld did it again with his show stopping Chanel show. The designer transformed the Grand Palais in Paris into a highly-personalised brassiere to showcase his autumn/winter 2015 collection for the brand, which saw various Chanel clad models swap the catwalk for the bar where they were seen chatting and nibbling on croissants. Trés chic non? The Coveteur

Chanel AW 15
Chanel AW 15 collection. Image courtesy of New York Fashion

Kenzos moving mirrors
This season, the creative duo consisting of designers Humberto Leon and Carol Lim dazzled the audience with three-story-high rotating reflecting columns that moved around the vast warehouse space like skaters on a rink. NY Times

The pillars move with the models at @Kenzo

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